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The Frontier Group takes home the WA Web Award for Innovation

Posted in Australian Web Industry Association, Awards, Featured

Adam, Levi and Matt with TFG's Web Award for Innovation

Last night The Frontier Group descended on the Western Australian component of the Australian Web Awards for a night of fun, drinks and a chance to recognise the outstanding work that the WA Web Industry produces every year. The quality of work seen was fantastic and we’re looking forward to the national awards at Web Directions later this month.

The Frontier Group managed to take home the Innovation award for the GOT APP website. GOT APP is a mobile application for finding the best venue for your night out or weekend, it shows you nearby bars and helps you find out when each bar is going to get busy.

GOT APP Website

You can download GOT APP free from the iOS App Store or Google Play right now and plan your next night out.

The Frontier Group would also like to congratulate our friends at Clever Starfish for taking home a couple of awards for the eCommerce and Non-Profit categories.

If you want to know more about how the night unfolded check out #awa2013 on Twitter.

Anthill Magazine – 30under30 – Top 10 Emerging Digital Doyens – Adam Fitzgerald

Posted in Australian Web Industry Association, Inside TFG

30under30 is an Anthill initiative that was launched in early 2008 to encourage and promote entrepreneurship among young Australians. Each year, Anthill invites readers to nominate young Australian entrepreneurs deserving of recognition for their outstanding entrepreneurial endeavours.

In November 2010 I was named in Anthill’s inaugural Top 10 Emerging Digital Doyens for my work at The Frontier Group, the Achieve More Online project and being a committee member at the Australian Web Industry Association.

Thanks to Anthill!

Joining the AWIA Committee

Posted in Australian Web Industry Association, Inside TFG

The Australian Web Industry Association AGM was held on the 4th August at the Velvet Lounge in Mt Lawley. 5 committee members were elected (or re-elected) and I was one of the new members elected.

It’s exciting to be part of the committee that can hopefully take AWIA to a new level this year. I’m looking forward to our first committee meeting to get the ball rolling.

AWIA – Australian Web Industry Association Committee

Posted in Australian Web Industry Association, Industry Trends

What is AWIA?

From their website:

Formerly Port 80 Inc, the Australian Web Industry Association represents businesses, individuals and students involved in the web industry and aims to:

  • Further the advancement of the web industry within Australia;
  • Educate the general public about the role of professionals in the web industry;
  • Foster greater ties with like-minded organisations.

The Committee

As Managing Director of The Frontier Group, I have nominated to be on the committee in one of the upcoming vacant positions.

As a reasonable size business in the industry it would be good to have a voice within the association and help craft the future of the web industry Australia wide. Paid AWIA members can vote at the AGM (as well as submit a proxy vote).

The 2010 nomination statements are on their website today. AGM details can be found here.

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